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26 years old and off track


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Excerpt: I used to be quite active in school, once I got to college tried to workout a couple times a week but between 2 jobs and full time student time got away from me. After college settled in a job and a house and got lazy. I need to get back on track with my diet. What are some first steps to do this that are do=-able for me?

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    26 years old and off track

    I used to be quite active in school, once I got to college tried to workout a couple times a week but between 2 jobs and full time student time got away from me. After college settled in a job and a house and got lazy. I need to get back on track with my diet. What are some first steps to do this that are do=-able for me?

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    Re: 26 years old and off track

    You should try IM intermittent fasting like you dont eat for 16 hours then eat for 8 hours that will help you kick off your diet and lifestyle

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    Re: 26 years old and off track

    1. avoid restaurant and fast food
    2. avoid processed foods
    3. eat whole foods organic and high quality
    4. eat in a time restricted window
    5. don't keep junk in your house at all
    6. don't treat food as a treat or be a habitual eater
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    Re: 26 years old and off track

    bro get back on track eating healthy, no junk

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    Re: 26 years old and off track

    Quote Quote posted by lillionb2 View Post
    I used to be quite active in school, once I got to college tried to workout a couple times a week but between 2 jobs and full time student time got away from me. After college settled in a job and a house and got lazy. I need to get back on track with my diet. What are some first steps to do this that are do=-able for me?
    1) Do what you did when you was on track. Next

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    Re: 26 years old and off track

    Just get back to being active for once and try to get in a routine

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    Re: 26 years old and off track

    I think the easiest first step is to get out and start walking outside. It is a great way to get your mind right and have some peace for just you. With diet, focus on eating the right foods at first. Not about quantity, just about making the right selections. The rest will fall into place as you start training again and gauging how your body is responding.
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